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Consumer Credit Counseling Services of New Jersey (CCCS of NJ) has joined Money Management International (MMI). “MMI is a national leader in the nonprofit financial services industry,” said Sylvine Marabotto, President and CEO of CCCS of NJ. “This partnership represents an opportunity to provide area consumers with an even greater diversity of financial tools and resources. Together we’re able to reach more consumers in need and provide them with the education and support necessary to overcome their financial setbacks.”
CCCS of NJ has provided New Jersey residents with a range of financial education services, including credit counseling, debt management assistance, and community financial education programs since 1978. For nearly 40 years the financial educators at CCCS of NJ have helped more than 55,000 individuals and families regain control of their finances and pay back over $125,000,000 in debt. Together, the combined organizations will provide consumers with face-to-face financial education and counseling services at nearly 70 branch locations nationwide, with 24 hour a day, 7 day a week assistance available by telephone and internet. Local residents will continue to have access to in-person counseling and education services at CCCS of NJ's existing location.
Local branch location:
185 Ridgedale Ave
Cedar Knolls, NJ 07927
To schedule an appointment or speak to a counselor immediately call 800.432.7310.
To speak with a support counselor about an existing CCCS of NJ debt management plan call 800.479.7117.
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